Thursday, December 8, 2022

She’s Not Smiling Anymore

Dentists specialize in smiles. (They can turn a frown upside down with a variety of options that usually cost a lot of money and are not covered by your dental insurance plan.) A Cordova, Tennessee dentist who owned two dental practices made a lot...

Politicians and Criminals

Despite popular opinion, not all politicians are criminals. However, today’s fraudsters are linked to politician wanna-be’s who are now officially considered to be criminals. Two Winston-Salem men and two aspiring politicians worked together to file 519 false tax returns in a tax fraud scheme that attempted...

Excessive Rent

The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) aims to provide low-income families, the elderly, and the disabled with the ability to afford safe and sanitary housing in the private market through its Housing Choice Voucher program. Two landlords in Colorado took advantage of...

Maimed

Today’s “Fraud of the Day” is based on an article entitled, “Doctor with history of maiming patients sentenced to 35 years in $373 million home health scheme” posted by DallesNews.com.

Above the Law

Fraudsters tend to think they are above the law. That’s why they plot ways to carry out illegal schemes that fatten their bank accounts without regard for the people and organizations that they victimize. (Well, I have news for them. They are not.) A...

Bagging Fraud

A Parkland business owner has been convicted of food stamp fraud after an investigation involving undercover agents from the Department of Agriculture and FBI. Elias Estephane, who owned two specialty meat stores, faces up to five years in prison, three years of supervised release and a fine of up to $10,000,

Epic Offense

An epic usually details the extraordinary feats accomplished by a hero. Today's ''Fraud of the Day'' tells how an Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran twisted the details of his ''not so heroic'' actions in order to bilk the federal government out of more than $750,000...

Anything Fraud Worth Doing…

Listen to this Story. Some people simply don't know their limits. They might be trying too hard, not knowing when to quit or biting off more than they can chew. Two fraudsters who exemplify this behavior were the recent subjects of a New Haven Register...

From Guard to Inmate?

A former prison guard who moonlighted as a tax preparer could find himself behind bars after pleading guilty to federal tax fraud. (That’s an interesting combination of skill sets.) The North Carolina man built a reputation as a tax preparer who could ensure his customers...

At a Higher Risk

Physical therapists are at a higher risk for malpractice claims due to the nature of their work. Some common reasons for malpractice suits include failure to properly supervise a patient, improper technique, injury from manipulation, burns from hot packs or stretching and exercise injuries....
- Advertisement -

Get Your Fraud Fix!

Five days a week wake up to the most current fraud article in your inbox.